• Internships

    Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) offers a variety of highly competitive internships that provide real world, hands-on experience. While we hope to accommodate as many students as possible each rotation, not all students who apply are accepted. AAMC internships are based on department availability/need and cannot be guaranteed. Please note that availability of internships within certain departments varies throughout the year, and some internship opportunities may require specialized subject knowledge to qualify. Please see below for details about this program and how to apply.

  • In order to apply to intern at AAMC, students must:

    • Be 16 years of age or older by start of the semester
    • Attend an accredited educational institution, including, but not limited to, high school, trade school, technical or vocational institute, community college, four-year college or university, or graduate school
    • If necessary for academic credit: Have written documentation or letter from your educational institution outlining any specific internship needs and educational components
    • Be enrolled in a course of study related to the work to be performed 
    • Provide documentation of required immunizations
    • Include cover letter and resume with completed Student Volunteer/Intern Application


      Students must submit the following documents before being considered for an internship at AAMC:

      • Completed copy of the Student Volunteer/Intern Application
      • Cover letter outlining specific interests
      • Resume
      • If necessary for academic credit: Letter or documentation from your educational institution outlining the need for internship and required educational components


      2019-2020 Academic Year

      Internship dates will be determined based on department need/availability. Submit your cover letter and resume at least one month in advance of anticipated start date. If accepted/assigned, interns will be required to provide required immunizations and attend mandatory hospital orientation. 

      The summer 2020 student volunteer/intern application can be completed online. In addition to completing the application, applicants must submit documentation of required immunizations and an unofficial transcript or report card. High school students must provide two letters of recommendation (suggested recommendation format).

      1. Complete student volunteer/intern application and immunization requirements and return by the deadline. Be sure to include your specific availability in your application.
      2. If selected, you will be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator via email regarding next steps.
      3. All student volunteers/interns will be required to attend a student volunteer orientation. Students will learn about AAMC culture, policies, procedures, and the expectations of the student volunteer/intern program.
      4. Attend scheduled department training and begin volunteering/interning.